Ted Roberts hails from Huntsville, Alabama. His writings have appeared in Readers Digest, The Wall Street Journal and others.
One small tumor. If He can make it, surely He can break it.
They all come home sooner or later. But you must mark the trail.
A little blockage enables one man to appreciate the wonders of the human body -- and the power of genuine prayer.
In my time, Chanukah gifts meant only a dime. It also meant potato latkes and a visit to grandma.
Who could do the kazatzky like Mendel? No one, including the Cossacks who guarded the Czar himself.
Those who believe in the power of good deeds love to tell his story.
Remembering our Old World origins, B.A. -- before America.
I couldn't wait to dangle at the small end of a hot air balloon over an African meadow without a doctor or ambulance beneath me.
Gluckel understood a childrearing mystery: Why don't our kids love us more?
Sometimes the longest journey is the journey home.
A tale about a father and son who plan a Bar Mitzvah celebration in a ravaged Polish village in 1946.
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